I don't know about you, but I'm *LOVING* the new TeleYapper v5.0 that Ward just published! Since Ward did all the heavy lifting on TeleYapper, I figured it was only fair that I do my part and update the TeleYapper PhoneBook (TYPB) to work with the latest (and in my opinion, GREATEST) version of TeleYapper yet! There are a couple of changes to TYPB that you should know about: This version ONLY works with version 5.0; so if you're using TeleYapper 4.0, DON'T INSTALL THIS VERSION because it won't work and it will break stuff. Since TeleYapper 5.0 uses two fields (providers and locations) I created two separate tables in the reminders database (called, oddly enough, providers and locations). These two tables *MUST* have at least one entry each added for TYPB to work correctly. They can be dummy entries, but they must be entries nonetheless. (I could have added them for you, but how much fun would that have been?!?) This version also adds an icon to the administration screen. Not sure if I like that or not, but it's been requested several times. The installation is pretty straight-forward... Code: cd /root wget http://www.highness.org/typhonebook_v5.pbx chmod +x typhonebook_v5.pbx ./typhonebook_v5.pbx Once the module is installed, do the following: 1. Point your browser at your PiaF box and log in as "maint". 2. Select "Module Admin", then select "TeleYapper Phonebook" (its in the Maintenance section) and select "Install" 3. Once the configuration has been reloaded, you can click on the "Tools" tab and then select the TeleYapper Phonebook button. 4. You will need to initially add at *LEAST* one "Provider". So select "Add a provider" and enter their name (and select submit). 5. You will need to initially add at *LEAST* one "Location". So select "Add a location" and enter the location name (and select submit). 6. You are now free to Add / Edit / Delete entries to your TeleYapper phonebook. Remember - this version is still beta and will probably have a bug or six. Please report any funkiness and I'll do my best to make it better.